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The population of the country is over 27,000,000. Its capital and largest city is [[Tashkent]].
 
The population of the country is over 27,000,000. Its capital and largest city is [[Tashkent]].
   
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The country formerly had a team known as [[Binokor Tashkent]], which competed in the lower-level Soviet leagues during the 1970s and 1980s.
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Uzbekistan
 
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Population
 
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27,606,007
 
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Tashkent
 
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There is a synthetic ice sheet in Tashkent.There used to be a regular ice rink in Tashkent,but it has closed and the building is abandoned.Tashkent Binokor played in the Soviet Leagues from 1970-1988.Some notable players who were born in Uzbekistan are Yuri Gunko who was drafted in the 10th round 230th overall in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft,and Dmitri Riabykin who was drafted in the 2nd round 45th overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft.Nikita Zakharov and Sergei Antipov play in Russia,Andreas Klundt was also born in Uzbekistan. In 1986 the Uzbek national team played a game against Latvia,losing 5-2.
 
 
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==Notable Uzbek players==
 
==Notable Uzbek players==
*[[Yuri Gunko]]
 
*[[Dimitri Riabykin]]
 
 
*[[Andreas Klundt]]
 
*[[Andreas Klundt]]
 
*[[Sergei Antipov]]
 
*[[Sergei Antipov]]
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
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*[[Binokor Tashkent]]
 
[[Binokor Tashkent]]
 
 
[[Category:Hockey Countries]]
 
[[Category:Hockey Countries]]
 
[[Category:Countries]]
 
[[Category:Countries]]

Latest revision as of 15:43, January 22, 2016

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Flag of Uzbekistan

LocationUzbekistan

Location of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a nation in central Asia. Until 1991 it was a part of the Soviet Union.

The population of the country is over 27,000,000. Its capital and largest city is Tashkent.

The country formerly had a team known as Binokor Tashkent, which competed in the lower-level Soviet leagues during the 1970s and 1980s.

Notable Uzbek playersEdit

See AlsoEdit

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